But it was Bosley's 10-year run as TV dad Howard Cunningham on "Happy Days" (1974-84) that secured his place in Hollywood history. His Emmy-nominated turn as "Mr. C," playing opposite a young Ron Howard, endeared him to viewers as one of the most-beloved small-screen fathers of all time.
Later in Bosley's career, he appeared on the popular whodunits "Murder, She Wrote" (1984-88) and "Father Dowling Mysteries" (1987-91). He also enjoyed a stint as the pitchman for Glad trash bags and originated the role of Belle's father in the Broadway musical "Beauty and the Beast" (1994). Bosley passed away Oct. 19, 2010.
Whitwell Middle School in Tennessee is the setting for this documentary about an extraordinary experiment in Holocaust education. Struggling to grasp the concept of 6 million Holocaust victims, the students decide to collect 6 million paper clips.